RTO and police start driving on the Pune-to-Mumbai e-way

The car inspection will continue through the end of the year while the awareness campaign will last seven days.

The Regional Transport Office (RTO) and highway departments started a round-the-clock car checking exercise on Thursday in an effort to avoid accidents on the Pune-Mumbai Expressway and raise awareness about road safety.

The awareness campaign will last for seven days, although vehicle inspections will continue through the end of the year. Teams of RTO inspectors will be sent out to verify, among other things, driving licences, PUCs, renewal paperwork, DL extracts, national permits, and the RC book of the vehicle.

Road safety cell deputy commissioner Bharat Kalaskar stated, On Thursday, state highway police and RTO officials started a month-long road safety inspection drive. There will be a minimum of 30 representatives from each departments working shifts. Our goal is to raise consciousness and lessen accidents. According to our research, 80% of drivers disobey the law, thus for the first week there will be an awareness campaign. Post said 12 separate teams would be called out to deal with over speeding, lane-splitting, seat-belt violations, and other offences.

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